For many software development teams, even agile teams, it feels like testing and stakeholder validation come at the end of the process. Teams want to move on and move fast, but problems are discovered and the whole thing feels like a bottleneck that strangles productivity. Or worse. The frustration can lead to pointing fingers and bad blood between developers and stakeholders.
But when you “shift left,” you find problems earlier. Testing and validation can be sprinkled throughout the whole cycle. Powered by a good DevOps setup, shifting left can save your organization money and improve team morale.
In this webinar, Jasmyne Epps (Testing Lead at Digital Services Georgia), David Burns (Director of Support & Maintenance at Lullabot), and James Sansbury (Director of Product at Tugboat) will discuss:
You’ll also get a glimpse at how Georgia.gov maintains 80+ websites while continuing to innovate and improve.
Jasmyne is the Testing Lead for Digital Services Georgia. She is also a User Interface/User Experience developer, where she lends her expertise in user experience, interaction design, usability, and quality assurance.
She focuses on enterprise content management systems and front-end web development. Her role combines a happy mixture of design and technology.